how would you differentiate x^pi and x^(pi)^2 + (pi^2)^x thanks...
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Originally Posted by mathlete how would you differentiate x^pi and x^(pi)^2 + (pi^2)^x thanks... The first one is easy: The second is a bit harder, and I need you to clarify something: The first term is or ? The derivative of the second term is "simple." The formula is somewhat ugly, but there is one: . -Dan
the first term in the second part is x to the pi^2
Originally Posted by topsquark The first one is easy: The second is a bit harder, and I need you to clarify something: The first term is or ? The derivative of the second term is "simple." The formula is somewhat ugly, but there is one: . -Dan thanks...i figured it out for the first term i just used the power rule and got pi^2x^(pi^(2)-1)+ln(pi^2)(pi^2)^x and that was right...so thanks again
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